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Seasonal and interannual variations in the nitrogen cycle in the Arabian Sea
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> The Arabian Sea plays an important role in the marine nitrogen cycle because of its pronounced mid-water oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) in which bio-available nitrate (NO<sub>3</sub><sup>&minus;</sup>) is reduced to dinitrogen gas (N<sub>2</sub>). As the nitrogen cycle can respond fast to climate-induced changes in productivity and circulation, the Arabian Sea sediments are an important palaeoclimatic archive. In order to understand seasonal and interannualdoi:10.5194/bg-11-5733-2014 fatcat:iueltc3el5dhfif6rrkhknptqi